This is an update on my previous post “King Arthur and Guinevere’s Wedding Site“.
Well, it turns out that this historical hill has been purchased by four local villagers during an auction. They plan on setting up a land trust and opening up the land as a nature reserve for both local use, as well as archaeological research.
Not only could artifacts be found from the Norman Conquest era, but possibly from the era of King Arthur. This is because (in my opinion) the Norman castle could have been built on the site of a far older hillfort.
So, it will be interesting to see what is found. In particular, my daughter is taking archaeology through the University of Leicester, England, and will have to participate in some digs. These will most likely be in the U.S., but who knows what God has in store?